To maintain certification, the candidate shall accrue a minimum of twenty (20) hours of instruction consisting of twelve (12) hours of teaching classes in public safety and emergency response; four (4) hours of evaluating practical skills and four (4) hours of attendance at classes in training in adult education concerning:
(1) learning objectives;
(2) test construction; or
(3) classroom teaching;
that shall be reported, on a form approved by the training division every two (2) years. The report shall be received by the board of firefighting personnel standards and education not later than thirty (30) days after the expiration of the two (2) year period that commenced on the date of initial certification or the applicable two (2) year anniversary of the date.
The training in adult education shall be acquired through classes that teach instructors techniques on teaching adult students.
For more information, refer to the requirements listed in the Board of Firefighting Personnel Standards and Education administrative code, 655 IAC (http://iac.iga.in.gov/iac/iac_title?iact=655).